24 December 2015

Comment: The benefits of a bilingual brain - Mia Nacamulli



Yes, research has shown that again and again, years after years.



However, most researches only rest on the surface of the issue. It should be dealt with more into the human brain at the old age.

If you do not know it, let me tell you, Esperanto helps you and your future generations stay healthy and good.

http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-speaking-multiple-languages-benefits-the-brain-mia-nacamulli


Well, here is the link which you should not miss. Perhaps, should tweet and share to Facebook about the benefits of early bilingual.

“New research into the neurobiology of bilingualism has found that being fluent in two languages, particularly from early childhood, not only enhances a person’s ability to concentrate, but might also protect against the onset of dementia and other age-related cognitive decline.
Scientists have discovered that bilingual adults have denser gray matter (brain tissue packed with information-processing nerve cells and fibers), especially in the brain’s left hemisphere, where most language and communication skills are controlled. The effect is strongest in people who learned a second language before the age of five and in those who are most proficient at their second language. This finding suggests that being bilingual from an early age significantly alters the brain’s structure.” 

http://www.mondeto.com/blog/immediate-and-lasting-advantages-of-early-esperanto-1-brain-building

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